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File #: 20-287    Version: 1 Name: A resolution to modify the policy of the Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) and other Departments to adopt the Wisconsin Caregiver Law for barrable offenses as part of the background check process for contract agency employees who provide di
Type: Resolution Status: Signed
File created: 3/13/2020 In control: Health and Human Needs Committee
On agenda: Final action: 6/23/2020
Title: A resolution to modify the policy of the Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) and other Departments to adopt the Wisconsin Caregiver Law for barrable offenses as part of the background check process for contract agency employees who provide direct care and services to youth, adhere to the State of Wisconsin Rehabilitation appeals review process, retain the County's policy to recognize Wisconsin Chapter 948 Crimes Against Children as a barrable offense (for those offenses not already barred by the State Caregiver Law) and urge the Milwaukee County Mental Health Board which oversees the DHHS-Behavioral Health Division to adopt this policy
Sponsors: Supreme Moore Omokunde, Felesia A. Martin, Sequanna Taylor (5), Ryan Clancy, Marcelia Nicholson, Patti Logsdon, Steven Shea, Sylvia Ortiz-Velez, Jason Haas, Eddie Cullen, Russell Antonio Goodwin Sr.
Attachments: 1. 20-287 RESOLUTION, 2. 20-287 FISCAL NOTE, 3. 20-287 COUNTY BOARD RESOLUTION, 4. 20-287 SIGNATURE PAGE
Related files: 17-588, 21-169, 22-803, 21-383

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A resolution to modify the policy of the Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) and other Departments  to adopt the Wisconsin Caregiver Law for barrable offenses  as part of the background check process for contract agency employees who provide direct care and services to youth, adhere to  the State of Wisconsin Rehabilitation appeals review process, retain the County’s policy to recognize Wisconsin Chapter 948 Crimes Against Children as a barrable offense (for those offenses not already barred by the State Caregiver Law) and urge the Milwaukee County Mental Health Board which oversees the DHHS-Behavioral Health Division to adopt this policy

 

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